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Dentures have been around for thousands of years but none have been as advanced and natural-looking as the ones offered today. They are a great option for those who are missing all or some of their teeth.
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It’s common to feel that your teeth could use a little extra whiteness or sparkle. Certain foods and drinks may cause your teeth to lose that touch of brightness. But, don’t put away your coffeemaker just yet! Let us help.
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You may be a dental hygiene enthusiast: flossing once a day, brushing twice a day, and even using mouth wash before bed. While these are incredibly important habits that help minimize cavities or other serious mouth issues, seeing Dr. Strandburg for regular dental checkups is a must.
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Unfortunately, many false facts are floating around on the Internet about dental care. It’s vital to be able to differentiate between the myths and the truth in order to have a healthy mouth.
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We may be biased, but one of those most important new year’s resolution you can make is exercising better dental habits! In order to do that, it’s important to know certain habits that you should stop today for a healthier tomorrow.
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If you haven’t visited our office, we encourage you to come on in and meet our friendly staff! We would love to answer any questions you may have regarding dentistry. We know there are many things to consider when choosing the dentist who is best suited for your needs.
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Since we could chew, we’ve heard the alarming statistics about Thanksgiving Day calories. Each year, Americans eat three times the amount of calories in one day than we’re supposed to (6,000 calories)! Other than a small bellyache and a long nap, what else is affected on Thanksgiving? You guessed it: your teeth.
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Tooth extractions are necessary if your tooth is damaged, decayed, impacted, or if your mouth is crowded. Dr. Strandburg is knowledgeable and experienced, and can remove the troublesome teeth effortlessly.
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A filling restores a tooth that has been damaged. Although decay is the main culprit for tooth damage, it is not the only reason you might need a filling. Other causes that require fillings include broken teeth, nail-biting, misuse of your teeth, and grinding.
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A cavity is a “hole” in your tooth that has developed over time. Plaque, consisting mostly of bacteria and acid, clings to your teeth and causes the enamel to break down.
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